In Memory Of

Henry (Harry)





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A personal note from the family

The family wishes to extend deep gratitude to all, for the prayers, support, comforting messages during this time of bereavement.

Henry (Harry)





funeral details

Funeral For Henry (Harry)

The funeral will be held at St Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Archway

Funeral starts at 12.00

on 23rd May 2023

The funeral will be led by Father Moses

Information for Attendees

A vigil will take place on Monday 22nd May at St Gabriel’s Church from 17.00 to 19.00 in which a short service will be held starting shortly after 17.00.

On Tuesday 23rd May a full mass will take place at 12.00 at St Gabriel’s Church followed by a committal service at the St Marylebone Crematorium, E End Rd, London N2 0SE at 14.00.

The Wake will take place at 15.00 as below

Funeral Wake Details

From 15.00 to 17.00

Old Bull and Bush Hampstead

N End Way, London, NW3 7HE

Parking is available


About Henry (Harry)'s Life

Henry (Harry) was born in Cork in 1938 and he spent his early years in Ireland before moving with his family to London.

A deeply religious man who held onto his faith throughout his life, which gave him great comfort. He worshipped at St Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Archway where he was well known.

Harry enjoyed a long career in various roles in several companies, latterly as a messenger for a number of years before finally retiring at the age of 77.

An avid sports fan, Harry particularly loved football, he was an Arsenal supporter and watched his team regularly on TV. He also enjoyed other sports, particularly following Boxing and Horse Racing. His knowledge of boxing was incredible and he could talk you through all of the greats over the last 50 years. Harry was an expert on Horse Racing and could recount many horses and jockey’s. He would follow the form guide in the paper followed by a walk to the bookies to place his bets, something sadly he was not able to do in later years.

Harry fought a long and courageous battle with cancer but sadly lost his battle on 21st April, 2023. Throughout his illness he was always very positive and drew on his faith, and was focused on and concerned for others.

He will be remembered for his faith, strong sense of family values and his quick wit and humor.  Harry will be missed by many and he leaves his wife of 55 years Maureen, his brothers and sisters Kathy, Tom, Joan and Bill and his many Nieces and Nephews. We pray he will rest in peace.


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The funeral will be held on

On 23rd May 2023

From 12.00

to 13.00

At St Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Archway

Led by Father Moses

The family welcome you to make a donation to their chosen charity, Cancer Research UK.